A few things you would want to know about touring Lilongwe city using a small aircraft – from bookings, to duration, destinations, and motion-sickness.
I grew up in Mangochi, so the beach is nothing new to me. I, however, loved the Livingstonia beach because of the purple sands.
Pemphero and I met the last time I was at Livingstonia, and we really really had a blast.
He walked up behind me to where I was sitting. I did not see him approaching, and was pretty amused when I noticed him.
The MV Ilala, formally Ilala II, is a motor ship that has plied Lake Malawi in East Africa since 1951. She is operated by Malawi Lake Services and based in Monkey Bay, Malawi(on the southern end of the lake).
Every week, The Ilala crosses the lake all the way north to Chilumba, Malawi, near Tanzania (about 480 km from Monkey Bay) and then returns to Monkey Bay. She carries both passengers and freight, and calls at major towns on both the Malawian and Mozambican Coast, as well as at the two inhabited islands of the lake (Likoma and Chizumulu).